And what TIFF files? From where? Created using what? This could depend on specific color profiles or metadata or some of the files simply be damaged...
Half of the TIFF-files are rendered using After Effects, after some tracking and added layers. The rest are rendered using Cinema 4D, 72 DPI TIFF file setting (RGB color), 1920 x 1080 pixels, 25 fps.
I have tried to sequence both the images from C4D and from AE and it all works until after some time... then I still get this message. And... well, it could be corrupt files, but it seems odd that TWO completely different renders should have corrupt files. I have rendered the two set of images from two completely different computers also; the C4D-imagery from my personal Macbook Pro, and the AE-rendered files from my HP Workstation at work.
Getting this error too. So annoying. Mavericks and latest update of AE CC 2014.
The sequence is stored on a LAN'd server which is a Production capable server and has never thrown issues before.
Then found this
Things have gotten worse. I can't even preview anymore.
New warnings include: "After Effects Warning: Fresh layer cache checkout failed" and the "unable to allocate 0.002 MB of memory." I can't believe there hasn't been a solution posted to this yet. HELLO ADOBE?! YOU THERE?! When you pay every month you expect this stuff to eventually get solved.
HELLO ADOBE?! YOU THERE?! When you pay every month you expect this stuff to eventually get solved.
This is a user-to-user forum where users of the software help each other. While we do get some input from Adobe staff with some frequency in this particular forum (as opposed to some of the other Adobe product forums), this is not an official way to contact Adobe.
If you want official Adobe support, contact Adobe support. There are options to contact them here: Adobe Support
Now, if you want help here on the forums from some of your fellow users, please, let us help you!
We'll need to know a lot more information in order to help you. The original poster had AE CS6 and was using it on Mavericks. What version of AE are you using (down to the last decimal) and what OS? And the rest of these questions: FAQ: What information should I provide?
There was a bug fix update today that is supposed to fix some memory issues. I believe this issue is fixed too.
See the Adobe blog post for more information: A June 2017 Update to After Effects CC Is Now Available | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
Please let us know if it works!